Profession coquille casting worker
Coquille casting workers manufacture castings, including pipes, tubes, hollow profiles and other products of the first processing of steel, by operating hand-controlled equipment in a foundry. They conduct the flow of molten ferrous and non-ferrous metals into coquilles, taking care to create the exact right circumstances to obtain the highest quality metal. They observe the flow of metal to identify faults. In case of a fault, they notify the authorised personnel and participate in the removal of the fault.
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- Realistic / Conventional
- Handle metal work orders
Interpret work orders in order to determine which metal parts should be produced.
- Insert coquille structures
Assemble and insert coquille structures using the appropriate hand tools.
- Move filled coquilles
Correctly replace filled-up coquilles, understand how to load coquilles into the oven and how to store filled-up coquilles onto a rack.
- Assemble metal parts
Align and arrange steel and metal parts in order to assemble complete products; use the appropriate hand tools and gauges.
- Maintain coquille parts
Carry out minor repair tasks and maintenance of coquilles and coquille parts.
- Select coquille types
Select the appropriate coquille types and coquille sizes.
- Extract products from coquilles
Remove finished products from coquilles and examine them in detail for anomalies.
- Ensure coquille uniformity
Oversee uniformity of coquilles; use casting equipment and tools such as welding machines.